1. Transportation-Related Accidents and How to File a Claim

    Transportation-Related Accidents and How to File a Claim

    While the postal service can live by the “neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night” motto, it’s not entirely realistic. From time to time, weather can impact travel conditions no matter where you are. Sure, in Florida, it isn’t likely that a foot of snow will suddenly wreak havoc on…Read More

  2. How do insurance companies calculate car accident settlements?

    How do insurance companies calculate car accident settlements?

    Understanding how insurance companies evaluate a claim and knowing how much your claim is worth can help you ensure you are getting the most out of your injury claim. Most people who are involved in an auto accident do not know where the money for their settlement comes from, nor do they know whethe…Read More

  3. Filing a Personal Injury Claim for Nursing Home Abuse

    Filing a Personal Injury Claim for Nursing Home Abuse

    It’s hard to put yourself or your family in a nursing home, but you do it to ensure safety. Nobody should experience nursing home abuse – but if you or a loved one has experienced any, justice is possible. While it can be overwhelming to sift through the legal options and understand your rights,…Read More

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    IKEA Dressers: The Danger, and What You Need to Know

    You go to Ikea and you buy a new dresser. You get home, take it apart and begin putting it together. It looks so nice in the new bedroom and you are happy that you made the purchase. Little did you know, that dresser you bought can be extremely dangerous for young children. As millions of Americans …Read More

  5. What is personal injury protection (PIP) and how do you qualify?

    If you have an insurance policy here in Florida and you get into an auto accident, or even if you live with a family member who has an active insurance policy, you may qualify for benefits through what is called PIP, or personal injury protection. These benefits are referred to as no fault benefits,…Read More

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    Medical Treatment Following an Auto Accident: Is it important?

    If you were involved in an auto accident through no fault of your own, you are likely experiencing pain and soreness or even worse. This pain can last days, months or even years after. If you filed a claim for your injuries, you know that in order to substantiate the claim for injuries, you need to …Read More

  7. An image of a car accident.

    How Auto Accident Settlement Negotiations Work in Florida

    It’s been months now, and you just found out that you have an offer on the table from the insurance company to try to resolve your auto accident claim. You probably have many questions. How much of that settlement do you get? What is deducted? Where does the money go? How much does my attorney get…Read More